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Setting default interpreter [message #37862] Thu, 04 June 2009 06:23 Go to next message
Sheela is currently offline SheelaFriend
Messages: 52
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi,
I am using eclipse 3.4.1 with S1.0M4 DLTK .

In my launching plugin, I am using an extension
"org.eclipse.dltk.launching.interpreterInstalls" to add our own
interpreter automatically as default interpreter.so when we clear
workspace abd start our IDE it automaticlly picks and add our interpreter
in the interpreter preference page.But it does not select it as default
interpreter.Before running the script ,the user has to go to interpreter
preference page and manually check the interpreter and set it as default
interpreter.

But we dont want user to take care of setting the default interpreter.Is
there any mechanism by which it will automatically picks the interpreter
given through "org.eclipse.dltk.launching.interpreterInstalls" extension
and adds it as default (i.e check the box). So when the user starts our
IDE it will be automatically set and the user should not bother about
setting interpreter.

Please Help

Regards
Sheela
Re: Setting default interpreter [message #37964 is a reply to message #37862] Thu, 04 June 2009 08:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Alex Panchenko is currently offline Alex PanchenkoFriend
Messages: 342
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Sheela,

I suppose default interpreter could be selected automatically if it was
not selected yet and there are some interpreters available.

Will handle it in the nearest days.

Regards,
Alex


Sheela wrote:
> Hi,
> I am using eclipse 3.4.1 with S1.0M4 DLTK .
>
> In my launching plugin, I am using an extension
> "org.eclipse.dltk.launching.interpreterInstalls" to add our own
> interpreter automatically as default interpreter.so when we clear
> workspace abd start our IDE it automaticlly picks and add our
> interpreter in the interpreter preference page.But it does not select it
> as default interpreter.Before running the script ,the user has to go to
> interpreter preference page and manually check the interpreter and set
> it as default interpreter.
>
> But we dont want user to take care of setting the default interpreter.Is
> there any mechanism by which it will automatically picks the interpreter
> given through "org.eclipse.dltk.launching.interpreterInstalls" extension
> and adds it as default (i.e check the box). So when the user starts our
> IDE it will be automatically set and the user should not bother about
> setting interpreter.
>
> Please Help
>
> Regards
> Sheela
>
Re: Setting default interpreter [message #38313 is a reply to message #37964] Tue, 09 June 2009 14:17 Go to previous message
Alex Panchenko is currently offline Alex PanchenkoFriend
Messages: 342
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Sheela,

I have fixed this issue, now default interpreter should be assigned
automatically, could you please check it with 1.0RC4 build.

Thank you,
Alex

Alex Panchenko wrote:
> Hi Sheela,
>
> I suppose default interpreter could be selected automatically if it was
> not selected yet and there are some interpreters available.
>
> Will handle it in the nearest days.
>
> Regards,
> Alex
>
>
> Sheela wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I am using eclipse 3.4.1 with S1.0M4 DLTK .
>>
>> In my launching plugin, I am using an extension
>> "org.eclipse.dltk.launching.interpreterInstalls" to add our own
>> interpreter automatically as default interpreter.so when we clear
>> workspace abd start our IDE it automaticlly picks and add our
>> interpreter in the interpreter preference page.But it does not select
>> it as default interpreter.Before running the script ,the user has to
>> go to interpreter preference page and manually check the interpreter
>> and set it as default interpreter.
>>
>> But we dont want user to take care of setting the default
>> interpreter.Is there any mechanism by which it will automatically
>> picks the interpreter given through
>> "org.eclipse.dltk.launching.interpreterInstalls" extension and adds it
>> as default (i.e check the box). So when the user starts our IDE it
>> will be automatically set and the user should not bother about
>> setting interpreter.
>>
>> Please Help
>>
>> Regards
>> Sheela
>>
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